Definition of Power Block

Power Block means the length of the railway line between two railway stations, on which the overhead equipment (OHE) is de-energised and earthed to enable the Contractor to execute construction or maintenance works;

Examples of Power Block in a sentence

The total duration of Power Block or Traffic Block or both, as the case may be, shall not exceed 20% of the period specified in this Agreement.
One of the gasifiers was a spare, but the gasification island, downstream gas-cleanup and conversion equipment and Power Block were based on a three gasifier throughput.
The Power Block converts the steam energy to electricity at a lower efficiency than the energy in the SNG stream.
The net power produced from the Power Block is 544 MW (net of Air Separation Unit).
The remainder of the SNG production is directed to the Power Block, which operates at half load.